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[texts]Poems - Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893
Reprinted from the American edition; Dedicated to Katharine Sedgwick;Includes a list of works published by Henry Washbourne; Autograph of M.E. Barry on front end page;Book catalog: "249 Kemble: poems by Francis Anne Butler (late Fanny Kemble) 1st edition, 12mo, cloth, scarce, 5s 1844"; M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: Poetry; American poetry
Downloads: 17
[texts]Milton's Paradise lost - Milton, John,1608-1674
Binding: red cloth, cover decorated in gilt and black with central design featuring "The destroying angel" in gilt; M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: Fall of man--Poetry
Downloads: 58
[texts]The poems of Adelaide A. Procter - Procter, Adelaide Anne, 1825-1864
Printed by Welch, Bigelow, & Co.; On back of t.p.: "University Press: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, Cambridge"; Front. By H. W. Smith (Henry Wright Smith, b. 1828); Bound in cobalt blue textured cloth with blind-stamped ornamental design on front and back center; title in gilt letters with gilt design on spine; gilt edges; brown end papers; Dedicated to Matilda M. Hays by author, dated May 1858; Spine title: Adelaide Procter's poems; Book dated "Apr...
Keywords: English poetry--19th century; Women--Poetry; Women authors, English
Downloads: 3
[texts]The battle of the sexes: a poem - Wesley, Samuel, 1691-1739
First edition published in 1723; Anonymous. Samuel Wesley; Foxon, D.F. English verse, W334; M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: English poetry--18th century
Downloads: 14
[texts]Poems - Wilde, Lady, 1826-1896
Dedicated to William Charles Kingsburg Wilde (1852-1899) and Oscar Wilde (1854-1900); Newspaper clippings of poems by Lady Wilde pasted inside front and back covers;M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College;Description based on print version record.
Keywords: Irish poetry--19th century
Downloads: 45
[texts]The lay of an Irish harp; or, Metrical fragments - Morgan, Lady (Sydney), 1783-1859
Title vignette; "Printed by T. Bensley"; Bound in red cloth with speckled red edges; Dedicated to Joseph Atkinson, Esq. by Sydney Owenson.
Keywords: Irish poetry--19th century; English poetry--Irish authors; Women poets, Irish--19th century; Women--Poetry
Downloads: 11
[texts]The deserted village - Goldsmith, Oliver, 1728-1774
Publishers' printed paper binding; Letter from Oliver Goldsmith to Sir Joshua Reynolds on p. 1; Front end page was signed by M. E. Barry; M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: Irish poetry--19th century; Etchings--English
Downloads: 20
[texts]A score of songs - Goessmann, Helena Theresa
Dedicated to author's parents; Poems; Book cover is brown with black with gilt details and lettering; Signed by M. E. Barry and dated 16 January 1888; Presented to M. E. Barry "from the authoress"; M. E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College.
Keywords: Catholics in literature; Christianity in literature; American poetry--19th century; American poetry--New York
Downloads: 5
[texts]Poems - Rogers, Samuel,1763-1855; Bensley, Thomas, approximately 1760-1835, printer; Cadell, Thomas, 1773-1836, publisher
"T. Bensley, printer" on t.p. verso; Vignettes, headpieces, and tailpieces; Bound in black leather with gilt tooling on front and back cover; gilt letters and stamped illustration on spine with gilt tooling; brown speckled edges; peach end pages; Spine title: Rogers' poems; Notes on pp.289-314; Contains unsigned wood cut prints; Front end paper signed by Reverend M. E. Barry in brown ink; On an end paper after the front one, Barry signed his name, dating it 18 September 1870, Springfield, Mass.;...
Keywords: English poetry--19th century; Wood-engraving--Specimens; Poetry (English); Prose (English)
Downloads: 8
[texts]The Princess. A medley - Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892
Autograph of M.E. Barry on front end page; M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: Epic poetry--English--19th century; Mock-heroic
Downloads: 18
[texts]Wild flowers; or, Pastoral and local poetry - Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823
Wright, Printer. . . .; Dedicated to Charles [Bloomfield], the author's "only son"; Preface by author; Photograph front. Of Robert Bloomfield by H. Hall before p.iii; Paper board-bound with gilt border on cover; red label with gilt letters on spine; blue marble end papers; M. E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College.
Keywords: English poetry; Ballads, English--Texts; Pastoral Poetry, English; Fore-edge painting--Specimens; Country life; Ex libris [M. E. Barry]--Bookplate
Downloads: 9
[texts]The final reliques of Father Prout - Mahoney, Francis, 1804-1866; Jerrold, Blanchard, 1826-1884
On spine: "Reliques of Father Prout"; Bound in brown textured cloth, with blind-stamped ornamental border in black and black-stamped illustration in the center and spine; gilt lettering on center and spine; M. E. Barry signed and stamped front end paper, dated 21 April 1877, Boston; Letter to himself in M. E. Barry's hand, signed "Newstead Abbey, Saturday 5'oclock" on p.B1; Transcription of Sir Edwin Arnold's (1832-1904) poem "A ma future" in M...
Keywords: Prout, Father, pseud; Jesuits; Folk songs, French--History and criticism; French poetry--Translations into English; English poetry--Translations into French; Italian poetry--History and criticism; Italian poetry--Translations into English; English poetry; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; French ballads and songs--History and criticism; Ireland--Social life and customs
Downloads: 6
[texts]The second part of Goethe's Faust - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832
Front end paper signed by M.E. Barry; M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: German literature--18th century; German literature--19th century; German poetry--Translations into English; German literature--Translations into English
Downloads: 35
[texts]Poems - Gray, Thomas,1716-1771
Dedicated to Sir Thomas Mills;"Advertisement to this edition": p. [i]-vii [Murray's defense of himself against the lawsuit brought by Gray's literary executor, Wm Mason, for copyright infringement; points out similar infringement by J. Dodsley, Mason's publisher]; "A short account of the life and writings of Mr. Gray": p. [xi]-xxiv; "The last will and testament of Mr. Thomas Gray": p.[xxv]-xxxii;"The tears of genius...
Keywords: Poems--Great Britain--18th century; Poems; English poetry--Engravings--England--18th century; Poems--England--18th century
Downloads: 19
[texts]Dramatic works of Goethe : comprising Faust (pt. 1), Iphigenia in Tauris, Torquato Tasso, Egmont - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von,1749-1832
M.E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College; Description based on print version record.
Keywords: German literature--18th century; German literature--19th century; German poetry--Translations into English; German literature--Translations into English
Downloads: 122
[texts]The works of Mr. Abraham Cowley . . . Consisting of those which were formerly printed, and those which he design'd for the press, publish'd out of the author's original copies . . . in two volumes (Volume v.2 only) - Cowley, Abraham, 1618-1667
Spine title: Cowley's works; Signatures A through Ii2; Brown leather binding with brown, yellow, and orange marbled board; gilt lettering on spine; blind-stamped ivy leaf design on spine center; red marbled end papers; red edges; Illustrations are engravings and drawings by various artists; All have special title pages; Catalog of books printed for Jacob Tonson advertised on the final pages of v.2, pp.895-96; Cutter of Coleman Street: A comedy published in 1710 in London...
Keywords: Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658--Controversial literature; England and Wales--Lord Protector (1653-1658: O. Cromwell); Poetry--Early works to 1800; English literature--Early works to 1800; English wit and humor--Early works to 1800; English drama--17th century--Early works to 1800; Philosophy--Early works to 1800; Religion--Early works to 1800--England; Education--Early works to 1800--England; Political satire, English--Early works to 1800; Calvinism--Controversial literature--Early works to 1800; Great Britain--History--Charles II, 1660-1685--Early works to 1800; Great Britain--History--Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660--Early works to 1800; [M. E. Barry]--Bookplate
Downloads: 19
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